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THE EVENING HERALD
w. a Nirra.
Paalktaat dally asattt Sanday ay taa
Herald Paallaatag Oamaaay
Klamath falm, at 111 raarta St.
Kattrad at the postoBee at Klamath
Falls, Oregon, tor traaamtaatoa
through tha nails aa saeoad-aiaM
The Temple Theatre
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Laave orders at
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tea dipped la daicolata. Some
aUac aaaa, aai aot too awatt.
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MoHrcfc ) Grocery
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Van Riper Bros.
Subicrlptlon tnua by mall to any ad-
urcai la ma uaitaa autta:
Ona yaar 11.00
Oaa month ... s. 10
KUtMATO rALUL . . (IRKOON
WKDNK8DAV. OCT. , IVIS
FUIX CONVK8SION IS MADK IIV
YOCNO MAN WHO WAS UXAIII.K
TO MAKK THK 8KXIOR CI-HS
AT THK .NAVAL ACADKMY
SEATTLK. Oct. . la maklaic a
complata coafaaaloa of a acora of rob
barlaa. Frad Barry Stronx. It, told
tha pollca that tha cauaa of his down
fall waa tha dlagraca attaching o his
faltura to maka tha santor clasit at
8trong coma from an InOusntlal
family at Columbus, Ohio, and aa
sppolattd to tha naval acadsmv on
the recommendation of Congressman
Edwards of Ohio. Compelled to leu
the academy because of failure to
advance, he aaya he felt too much
disgraced to return to bla relatives.
Drifting to San Francisco after a
drunken orgle, he enlisted In the navy
aa a second clasa flreman. He tervrd
on the crulier California and Went
Virginia, hut after two years lit
March waa dishonorably discharged
for drinking and disorderly conduct.
After working at a local shlpjrnnl
for a short period ha concluded that
robbery was an easier mode of -risking
a living. Consequently he admits
he robbed twenty private dwelling
and two hotels, In all parte of tho
city, la all he stole 11,000 worth of
Jewelry and property, but obulned
but meagre returns. TbU money he
apeat la cafea aad pool rooms. Real
ising that he must go to prUoa,
Strong expressed hta desire to pliad
guilty aad begin serving his tlm a
soon aa possible.
PEOPLE YOU OUGHT TO KNOW
.'. A SMILE THAT WON'T RUB OFF .'.
Although many will be Inclined to doubt It Jim Drlscoll was caught
"In repose" night before last. Old friends declare that It "listens" un
reasonable, but actually, Jim Drlscoll was In repose Immediately alter tho
city cuuncll had granted a re
newal of tlu llcvimo of the
White l'ellcnn bar. Mid thereby
nllucil Dint liontelry to go on
with builiuxs for another year.
Vim "U Mr, Drlncoll. who Is
(Mi iiinoililillritted Individual,
li.ul licnnl so ninny stories
nbout Ilin ittmcuttles Incidental
to nnythliix connected with n
saloon llccittu Hint ho bccnm
worried. 8o when the council.
vr'llitiut tl.u (jiilvur of an eye
b!i, urii lit i'l the application,
Mr. I'rlnttill tirenthvd a slab, ut
Klle(, niul forthwith went Into
it no, rs nliovt' stnted.
Wtii'ii not roposlng, Mr. Drls
coll Is u I'ri'lly nrtlvo persou. A
Kood (i.itt of tho tlmo he de
olei In lunklug friends. The
rest nf hi spire time he utll
lira In gathering In fllhy lucre,
and with such surer thst he
I snlit to be on the straight but
difficult path to "Kasy Street."
The only obstructions to nn even career for Mr. Drlscoll have bveu his
politics and genial smile. The one onco caused him to serve time In tho
county court houso (not county Jail) as county clerk, and the other has
Impeded his progress aa a bloated bondholder.
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SIPREIV1E COIRT TO
DECIDE BIG CASES
! tura (o have a p,M... .
aava hwaltin, ,,,
'Ihttluiury which oglyVSS
ly appointed bathroom
sla And modern au.
l-mblng ha. gfj
hi , disposal of ,1c ,
Hka, for f.w puriw "
..u limited a. not KS
10 MTord what w.s , JJ
ago an almost prlcl,., ,"
11 you doslr to know .l VkVl,'
what, moder... sumlK
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A Clean Scalp And. Healthy Hair
Many ot uur frleuds have (ouaiTihat a luiurlxu grosii
Imtr soft and glossy aad a amla free from Usndrulf ni ' V
from th use of ",,,,
I'hls Is the proceduie r
Wash Hie hair wllh warai ter and a pur siNip,U( ii..
oughly rub tha scalp wllh a stiff brush apply ltrwutab rab'ii
In well and dry tha hair before combing,
I'lcsse understand tlat lllrsiilone Is not merely u,t ,
It la 1'itilc a food. "
While It thomaghly rleaaeea, It aU pirtruu tw.
terlal'attloa aoarisbea aatl atlmulatta the ruu of the
hlr -reiaavra aM lUadm yraveata Ha irtara-ad
preaervea tha aataral braaljr aad color of ttm hair.
Nysl's lllrutoj,' ahould be on your dressing table
It aell at 10 coal and II ft- tha bottle.
UNDER W O O 1) h
A modern aaaea half way ay
tha hill oa Sartt street; very
desirable praperty la avary
Deat view M tha alty wtthaat
i ha big dlmt.
Priaa 11,111. wlU
suit; tot 111104.
A moderal-roam aeaae, two
aeraeaad parehaa; ataaa faaa
datlaa; aaaily aaw aad raatad
at praaeat tar III p
SAFKN I.N MAIL AND KXI'HfXS
CAIIH ARK DYNAMITIC, HIT
THK AMOUNT OK LOOT HAH .NOT
United Press Service
HOWE, Okla., Oct. 9. A west
bound Rock Island train waa' held up
last alght. Tha aspresa and mall cars
were broken Into and the safes dyna
mited. The amount of loot secured
has not been eatlmated.
WASIIINOTON, 1). C. Oct. 9. At
noon on October 14th the ere of
Willi street and the business world
will turn towards Washington when
the 8upreme Court of the Unltud
In accordance with custom, Mr.
Justice I'ltney, the Junior member of
the court, will be the first to deliver
an opinion on tho opening day, which
promises to be a busy one. Thorn are
about fifty case that have been be
fore the court for advlsemsnt and de
clalons aa many of these should be
handed down on tho opening day.
Tha stock market will be particu
larly Interested In the "Heading raso"
decision, which may ba handed down
oa tha opening day. la this rase the
bard coal producing railroads of
Pennsylvania, aometlmea referred to
the "anthracite coal trust," are
charged by the government with
maintaining a monopoly of produc
tion, controlling something like 90
par cent of the total output of anthra
cite coal. The government seeks Us
dissolution on the ground thst It Is
a monopoly In restraint ot trade.
Another case, or set of rases, now
under advisement. Is the railroad rati
controversy,. Involving the measure ot
authority that states may exercise In
the control of railroad rates. Th
court will for the first time pnss on
tho validity ot 2-cent passenger rste
taws. 8lnce 1907. when 2-cent rate
placed a burden on Intrastate com
merco which should be placed on In
terstate commerce. Objections of a
similar nature bare been made lo
maximum freight rate laws which r
now on tho statute books of a nmn
ber of states. ,
Tho Union Pacific merger with the
Houlhern Pacific has also been attack.
ed as a violation of tho Sherman anti
trust law, and a decision Is expected
shortly after the court convenes.
James A. I'atlou, the Chicago spec
ulator, will soon know whether he
must stand trial on a criminal
Indictment obtained by the govern
ment, charging him with cornering
the wheat market. The federal court
at New York quashed the Indictment
and the government appealed to the
There will also be a tinge nf poli
tics In the court's business up to No
vember 1st. The Kansas election
case Involving the validity nf the
presidential electors choseu In be
named on the republican ballot Is at
stake. The electors have been placed
on tho regulsr republican ticket, al
though It Is understood that they are
to cast their votes In tho rlectorlsl
college, not for President Taft. but
for Colonel lloosevelt, the nominee nf
tho national progressive party. Taft
adherents want them ousted, claim
ing they hare no right lo a place oa
tho regular republican ticket. This
WESTERN TRANSFER CO.
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"V IIA4MMOK PHKI'IIIT
t'I.S(l ANIl (IICMCIUL TltA.NNI-'KIt
trtANO MOYl.NO A MPKCTALTY
t'aaseagar Itcaat Up aad Drllvrmt aay I'lsre la Ta
JOG JVIOOftlS rroprietor
DON J. VrmVAl.T, PrrsJdrnt. K, ,M. III'IIIU Vl-r-l'tr.. ..d Tpm
IIKItr K. UITIIIIOW, Htlry.
Klamath County Abstract Co
Surveyors and Irrigation Kmjliiecrt
laws became popular with state legls-'cstit will probably be argued the
laturr the railroads have complained .owning day and decided th,. follow.
that the ratea were confiscatory and ling week.
GAINS IN INTEREST
MAP, Pl.iNS, ULUsU'EINTS, KTC. KllfflSlh falls, OftjN
Claw la aad gaad view.
Price, 11,100; terms, f 1,100
cash, balasoa eaa ba arranged.
I have IM00 w toaa oa real
estate, city ar esaatiy.
4U Klk 'strut
Wa have everything' you
aeed far that Sshlog' trip:
Hook, lias, rods cxi-li,
basket, ate. We rct
tent, guns anf cainpluc
TOT GUl . STORE
i Raa f Jrnk.
recently organised Klamath V. A. Leonard. Mr. UcMiii.n !.
.",rr"5?,ub ?? ? ,nUta ?' UlcC.il. Mrs. Kato Ogle, Mr. Kr.d
Peterson, Miss Allco Peel. Rev. J. B.
last evening at the home of Charles
CUTER UKE NEWS
Crater Lake company adtouobllea
ara meeting all 8. P. trajaa at Cbllo-
qula. Round trip fare.'Cblloo.uln to
When adviaed by phoaa, automa-
bllas will meat lauaebas at Agaacy
Landing. Rasas' trip rata earn aa
Automobllavrom Crater Lake to
Medford, Monday aad Thursday, far
111, III raaad Iris.
For an hour those present listened
to a most interesting talk by Captain
Applegate on "Karly Klamath Days."
lie spoko of the exploration work by
Fremont, of the coming of the whlto
settlers, of the treaty mado with tho
Indians In 1184, by the terms o'
which this vast territory was openeJ
up for settlement, and the resulting
troubles which led to the Modoc War.
The talk awakened much Interest
In Hie Indians who onco lived In this
region, and many questions were ask
ed about their habits, bellofs and Irn
Next week the topic prill be "Choice
Prose Selections." after which th
ctub will get to the real work out
lined, which Is a study of revolution
ary tendencies In Politics, Religion,
sieaicino, i.aw, economics. BuffrsKo.
Sclciue, Education, etc,
The following are the morn horn of
the seciety: Mr. O. C, Applegate, Miss
Uessle Applegate, Mlaa Laura Illco
Mlsa Rurnett, Miss Addlo Cornwall,
Mr. C. P. Chastaln, Mrs. C. p, Chas
tain, Mrs. E. M. Cbllcote, Mr. Albort
Elder, Mr. R. c, Qroesbeck, Dr. War
ren Hunt, Miss Flossie Crumo. Mis.
Dora Crump, Miss Grace Hewitt, Mr,
l. H. Hayden, Mrs. B, E. Havd.n
Mlsa French, Mr. Q. A. Krause, Dr.
HlubulofJeld, Mrs, J, S. Htubblefleld,
Mr. C. P. Stewart, Mrs. C, P. Stewart.
Miss Tally, Mrs. L. M. Van llrlmmor,
w. r. wcsterflcld, Mr. Frank Wilson.
Mrs. T. D. Talbot.
The program for the different meet
ings to bo held this winter follews:
Otcober 111 Lesder, Mr. Stewart
"Favorite Prose Selections."
October 21 Dr. Leonard, "llevo.
lutlonary Tendencies In Politics."
October 29 Ilec. J. 8. Htnhhlnrui,!
"Revolutionary Tendencies In iteiu.
Novemlor 6 Dr. Hunt. "Itevoiti.
nonary Tendencies In Medicine."
November 12 Mr. II. (iroeah.rk
"Revolutionary Tendencies In I.aw .
November 10 Mr. Krnuin. ii..
muonary tendencies In Economics."
November 2 Mr. McCall, "Revo-
lutlonary Tendenclea In Agriculture."
December 3 Miss Hewitt, "Revo-
lutalnary Tendenclea In Buffrago."
December 10 Dr. Weatnrr.M
"Revolutionary Tendenclea In Bel-enco."
December 17, Mr. Cbllcote. r.
rorlte Humorous Selections."
January 7 Mrs. Stewart. vi.-
January 14 Mlsa Aupleaste. n.
olutlonary Tendenclea In Education,"
January 21 Miss Cornwall. rov.
olutlonary Tendencies la Art."
We Welcome Small Deposits
Did you ever stop lo tbln that a tta'ndrcd small accounts nikt
a bank stronger than a doie, Urge oasaT That U one of our Ktioa
for urging the man of limited mo-inrto transact tils builnm with av
l.arge accounts are welcome, too, for It Is our purpote lo
ALL Ihe people, f
It matters not whst amoiin of money you hav to dspotll
wilt accept It at thla bank.' Wa welcome the atnsll depositor,,'
tend to him the sama coailderallon and courtesies sccordsd toalef
our Datrona. A '
Ourcustomar all kao ihl. ' "iV"?
THE FIRST NATIONAL M
Cheap Excursion Rates
Via T lie spoilt hern IioHIo
The Doable Track. Safety Black Lines of tie W
Good for retan Trip mtl) October 31
ciiicaoo '. $80.50
dknver '' $03.00
NEW YORK .,. Ufl.50
OMAHA v jj?Uu''v
ST I'AUId i n i h n 1 1 t ipoliJl'
KANSAS CITY. . . .' $08.00
nosTON .. ..., $118.50
st. i.otns ', , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,, -$78,00
NEW ORLEANS $78.00
CorrcipoadlnjJ Rates Jo olkerFolnlf
VIA ANY DIRUCT ROUTM LOT US FIX 1
Tha onlyremalBlag tale dates ara October 9. 10, 11 aa, '
For lafemailea ar Raaarrattou Call oa or Writ,
S. J. baiLey,
Agent, Kiatnntii pall :
i iampc rvr.AKA. 1
f F. anil P. A., 801 K St., Sacramento, C&K
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